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Monday, August 19, 2013
Proton launches the Suprima S
The Proton Suprima S – also known as the
P322A broke cover earlier today at the Matrade Exhibition
and Convention Centre and no.. It isn’t called the Preve Hatchback.
Although it certainly looks like it. With rumours of the hatchback
variant Preve literally exploding the social media networks immediately
after the launch of the Preve, the Suprima is Malaysia’s most
anticipated local car launch this year.
It begs the question – why the name Suprima
S ? Derived from the word “supreme”, with the ‘S’ noted as ‘Superiority
in engineering’, it is currently Proton’s seventh model on sale –
adding to the current range of cars carried by the local car
Photos and Coverage by: Johnson Lam
For those comparing between the Preve, the
performance of the Suprima S seems to be bogged down by the weight –
which almost 50kgs heavier than its sedan brother. At the same time, the
design has sacrificed not only the performance, but also the
practicality in terms of boot space.
The exterior resembles its sedan brother –
however from the A-pillar onwards, that is where the looks end because
it has inculcated the hatchback design. ‘Shooting-brake’ like maybe?
Perhaps not but the hatchback design has enabled the Suprima to lose
almost 200 litres of luggage space from the Preve to cater for the
‘sportier’ design. Other differences are the rear lights which are
designed ‘angular’ like – deviating the similarities from the Preve.
Nevertheless – the Suprima S features
Proton’s Wing-inspired grille, tagged with a honeycomb design to
distinguish its frontal fascia from the Preve. Both variants features
projector headlights and LEDs – however DRL (Daytime Running Light) is
only available in the Premium spec.
The Suprima S is powered by Proton’s
signature 1.6-litre turbocharged CamPro CFE Engine – tagged with a
7-Speed ProTronic CVT gearbox which according to Proton, was designed to
match the sporty characteristics. The low-pressure turbo enables the
1.6-litre engine to produce 138bhp and 205NM, taking the car from
Zerotohundred in 9.9 seconds and a top-speed of 190km.h. A relatively
decent performance for the average everyday user.
To redeem its tall price-tag – Proton has
offered various creature comforts and technology which should appeal to
many potential customers. Proton’s android-based infotainment system
comes as standard for both the Executive and Premium variant, featuring a
7″ LCD screen with DVD and GPS navigation. At the same time, this
system carries a Bluetooth/USB/iPod connectivity which is a useful
feature especially for the younger generation.
The party-piece of the Suprima S is the
wifi connectivity – enabling internet on-the-go tethering from your
mobile phone or portable hotspot. To promote safety, this system can
only be used when the handbrake is engaged.
The car will be on sale today onwards – and
those interested can make a booking immediately. Proton offers 5
signature colours for the Suprima S – Atlantic Blue, Fire Red, Genetic
Silver, Tranquility Black and Solid White. Aiming at a more
performance-biased market, Proton intends to export this car for
international based clients – with Thailand and Indonesia launching this
variant by years-end.
Prices start from RM76,338 for the Executive model and RM 79,638 for the Premium model.